Waldoboro Police blotter
Waldoboro — Waldoboro Police officers responded to 197 calls for service between March 31 and April 6. Below are a few of the highlights:
Officer Larry Hesseltine investigated a report of the theft of a cellphone.
Hesseltine summoned Joseph Boardman, 28, of Waldoboro for an uninspected motor vehicle.
Hesseltine summoned James Temple, 16, of Waldoboro for operator in possession of open container.
Hesseltine summoned Tammy Sawyer, 51, of Bristol for uninspected motor vehicle.
Officer Thomas Bartunek investigated a crash on Genthner Road at 7:09 p.m. Michelle Collamore, 40, of Waldoboro, was traveling in a 2012 Toyota sedan when she swerved to avoid a deer crossing the road. Her vehicle went off into the soft shoulder and struck a utility pole. No injuries were reported.
Hesseltine summoned William Day, 41, of Bath for uninsured motor vehicle and uninspected motor vehicle.
Hesseltine summoned Ryan Parlin, 25, of Bremen for failure to register motor vehicle, operating after suspension and failure to provide proof of insurance.
Sgt. Jamie Wilson summoned Brianna Pozerycki, 18, of Waldoboro for theft.
Officer Jeffery Fuller investigated a report of damaged blueberry fields by a motor vehicle.
Fuller investigated a crash at 2:34 p.m. on Atlantic Highway. Joseph Mcgurn, 65, of Rockland attempted to change lanes in his a 2013 VW sedan, when he struck the passenger side a 2012 Ford sedan, driven by Amanda Hoppe, 17, of South Thomaston. No injuries were reported.
Fuller summoned Jeffery Wren, 54, of Waldoboro for operating under the influence.
An arrest or summons does not constitute a finding of guilt. An individual charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at criminal proceedings.